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Peru Expects Further Slashes in Mining Output This 2012

Unless Peru gets to develop new mines at the soonest possible time, it is likely its mining output will all the more decline in the coming years, with overall mining production expected to fall 4 per cent in 2012 on depleted reserves, slowing global demand and domestic political upheavals.

According to official data collected by Reuters News, Peru's gold reserves available for production have dropped 20 per cent to 2.7 million tonnes in the last decade alone.

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